Woman shares snaps every second to show a ‘realistic’ body and its sways

A fitness trainer who has overcome an eating disorder has shared before and after photos, taken just seconds apart, that give a realistic idea of ​​how a person’s body is changing from day to day

Lizzy High
Lizzy is known for encouraging others to love and appreciate their bodies

A fitness influencer shared two separate photos of her character, taken just “seconds apart,” to start a conversation about it body image

London-based fitness trainer Lizzy High offers online fitness training for women and is known for spreading body-positive messages social media.

Lizzy, who has more than 55,000 followers Instagramhas overcome one Eating disorder, which she says has been made worse by unrealistic beauty trends on social media.

As already reported by the online mail, Lizzy is now committed to promoting a balanced lifestyle rather than diet fads and wants to give her followers a realistic insight into how a person’s body changes throughout the day.

Lizzy, 21, shared revealing before-and-after pictures of how factors like lightning, poses and how long you’ve been eating can all impact how your figure looks in photos.

Lizzy showed how a person’s body changes throughout the day



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In the caption of a recent post, Lizzy can be seen taking cues from the Instagram handle @liz.bitesback, encouraged her followers not to compare themselves to others they may see online.

Sharing pictures of her own body taken just five seconds apart, she wrote, “I’ve said it before but I’ll say it again.

“I don’t have a flat stomach all the time. I don’t walk around 24/7 with a ‘toned ab’.

“Instead of hating your body, take a second to appreciate your body and everything it does for you. Because every single second your body is doing something to keep you alive.

“So stop self-sabotaging and stop comparing yourself to others because you’re always freaking awesome even if you don’t see it yet.”

Many followers have praised Lizzy for opening up such an important conversation and addressing some of the factors that cause so many women to feel unhappy about their looks.

One person wrote: “I feel more and more comfortable in my own skin. Keep it up. It is really appreciated.”

Another said: “Thanks for posting this! It really helped me find a way to love my body.”

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